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DPP sizamva!!! Party cadres caught pants down up North


Tired or the exploits of the Malawi National Football team aka Flames, one poet came up with an interesting, vivid and thought provoking piece titled; ‘Flames sizamva’.

The piece laments the way the country’s football flag carrier and its allies remorsefully performs and disappoints the nation, coming with every other possible excuse to diffuse the shame the nation is exposed to.

Unfortunately, such an approach is tantamount to continued blunders and failures, and subsequent search for other brutal tactics to further fool the nation, yet when they were able to accept their shortfalls, success would be on the next menu.

Interestingly, that’s exactly what is happening with the current ruling DPP. Despite its endless blunders and failures, the party and its cohorts are trying to put that behind the back hiding thinking they are hiding the rot from citizenry.

They forget that Malawians are able to see what is happening and know that DPP sizamva, sizatheka, sizawina, and there is nothing to worry about.

“People know that it is in the interest of those surrounding the DPP leadership that are doing all tactics to make their leader feel great so that they continue milking him,” observed one Blantyre based analyst.

And as if to augur with his observation Afriem can report that some intelligence sources have managed to catch on camera DPP ‘cadets’ on a continued and intensified mission of wrecking the northern region with confusion in the Churches like the CCAP Livingstonia Synod and the Alliance for Democracy Party (AFORD).

“These cadres have been in the north for a month now and are now credited with wrecking the Livingstonia leadership by setting the former Synod leadership against the current Synod leadership through court battle. This is being bankrolled by DPP,” said one source.

He added: “By the way one of them is brother to the well-known more blue than the DPP itself, an MBC employee Phillip Bizinezi who is famous of parading traditional leaders and fake opposition party members on state sponsored radio and TV station; MBC.

“We have established that he is the one who organised those drunkards who were being paraded on MBC TV as MCP Youth,” said another source,that also hinted that the DPP is organizing some traditional leaders to go again on the state stations to refute the survey results announced by Afro Barometer this week.

For the better part of this year, the DPP has been busy finding ways of disorganizing the mighty MCP through court battles, staged press conferences, sponsoring failed MCP members but have failed to destabilize the MCP.

“They also wanted to stabilize the UDF in the eastern region but it appears they have a lot of work to do. Now they want to try to confuse the northern region by targeting the CCAP Livingstonia Synod and AFORD.

“They also tried to pork their noses in the Anglican Church and Muslim Association but it appears they found the heat too much to stay long, although sources reveal that they still are working on how best to divide the Church and the Muslims in the eastern region,” said a source.

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  1. Mike Mtumbuka June 3, 2017 at 7:24 pm -  Reply

    Chokaniapa ndi zimabodza zanuzo mukutisokosera asaaaa!

  2. Mac Oflexy Bizmark Banda June 4, 2017 at 6:22 am -  Reply

    Chindere ichi

  3. Petro Zilambalala June 4, 2017 at 7:25 am -  Reply

    Phillip Business does his business blindly,he thinks a party stays in power for good.He will pay dearly for playing the role of a politician than that of an announcer or presenter at MBC.Time will tell.

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